Topshop to Launch Bridal Collection Designed by Richard Nicoll

Topshop is bringing bridal to the high street. The fast fashion retailer has just announced plans to launch a wedding collection, designed by Richard Nicoll as an extension of their Studio brand, which will become available in June, Vogue UK is reporting. While the retailer has yet to release any images of the collection, they promise it will feature Nicoll's signature sculptural shapes and feminine fabrics and will be a "modern alternative to meringue culture."
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Topshop is bringing bridal to the high street. The fast fashion retailer has just announced plans to launch a wedding collection, designed by Richard Nicoll as an extension of their Studio brand, which will become available in June, Vogue UK is reporting. While the retailer has yet to release any images of the collection, they promise it will feature Nicoll's signature sculptural shapes and feminine fabrics and will be a "modern alternative to meringue culture."
A look from Nicoll's SS12 Collection. Photo: Imaxtree

A look from Nicoll's SS12 Collection. Photo: Imaxtree

Topshop is bringing bridal to the high street.

The fast fashion retailer has just announced plans to launch a wedding collection, designed by Richard Nicoll as an extension of their Studio brand, which will become available in June, Vogue UK is reporting.

While the retailer has yet to release any images of the collection, they promise it will feature Nicoll's signature sculptural shapes and feminine fabrics and will be a "modern alternative to meringue culture."

Never heard the puffy princess frou-frou dresses described as "meringue culture" before but we like it. And it sure beats saying "puffy princess frou-frou."

One clue we do have to the aesthetic of the collection, are the wedding gowns Nicoll recently designed for his friends, which you can see on Vogue UK here and here. Pretty cool, right?

No word yet either on the price point, but we're hoping the new collection sticks to Topshop's relatively affordable range.

Would you consider a Topshop wedding dress?